When you first begin working with Future In Sight, you’ll speak with a member of our Social Work team who will learn about you, your vision loss, and schedule time to visit you in your home to fully understand your needs.

Our licensed and certified Low Vision and Rehabilitation professionals will assist you so that you can maximize any remaining vision you may have. With adaptive aids and devices, they can make simple enhancements in your home that will make food preparation and cooking easier, make reading or watching TV more enjoyable, and relocate items that could be trip & fall hazards.

Occupational Therapists can work with you intensively to provide instruction about modifying daily activities to reduce limitations that your vision loss causes. If you are newly blinded or have deteriorating vision, our trained Orientation & Mobility Specialists provide instruction and training that help you to safely navigate your environment with confidence. Instruction techniques include working with another person who is a sighted guide, as well as learning to use a white cane and Assistive Technology to build up independent travel skills at home, at work, or in the community.

With a diagnosis of profound vision loss, there is a grieving process that occurs. We also provide Counseling to support you as a whole person.

The needs of a person with vision loss. assistive technology, social work services, orientation and mobility, group support and activities, low vision rehab services, occupational therapy.

We work closely with your doctors to provide complete care, and our Occupational Therapist services are often covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance.

If you or someone you know could benefit from our services, contact us now.

Are you a 65+ woman living in the Greater Manchester area?

The Mary Gale Fund through Future In Sight supports low-income women experiencing vision loss and blindness, age 65 or older, living in the Greater Manchester area (Manchester, Bedford, Goffstown, Hooksett, Londonderry, Litchfield, Candia, Auburn) to maintain their independence and/or safety while living in the community.

The Mary Gale Fund has helped pay for services such as rehabilitation, occupational therapy, orientation and mobility, education, and counseling for women experiencing visual impairment or blindness. This fund assists with items generally not covered by any other source such as visual aids and devices.

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If you think you qualify for support through The Mary Gale Fund, contact us now.